- File Size: 2326 KB
- Print Length: 260 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blue Moon Creative (August 26, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0755R81RX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,225 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Cowboy (SEAL Team Alpha Book 3) Kindle Edition
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The third book in Zoe Dawson’s hugely entertaining SEAL Team Alpha series gives us Wes ‘Cowboy’ McGraw’s story. We have seen quite a bit of him in the previous two books and I was eager to finally get the full low-down on this man’s past.
Having to go back home and face his demons after a decade away from the Texas town, is something Cowboy has been putting off for a long while, the events that happened in the aftermath of his father’s suicide still sit very heavy on his shoulders, but his achievements of the last ten years mean that he is now in a position to look to try and buy back the family Ranch. It also gives him a second-chance with the one woman that has never left his thoughts in all that time; Kia Silverbrook.
It was time to reclaim what he had lost…
Things hit the ground running pretty quickly in this one, and it isn’t long before Kia and Wes find themselves fighting off the enemy. Problem being neither of them know who it is that is intent on killing Kia, and the reasons behind it. but Kia’s past is less than clean cut, and she’s hiding more than a few skeletons in her closet, but that doesn’t stop Cowboy going into full alpha protector mode, and with the help of fellow team member; Thorn ‘Tank’ Hunt and service dog Echo, they form a protective ring around her.
"I used to dream about you being in my bed… I never, ever in a million years thought I’d have you here."
The flying sparks and sexy-times pretty much hit the ground running between the pair as well, and it doesn’t take long for them both to admit that they had a thing for the other but never acted on it before Wes’s departure into the SEALs.
He’d thought he’d put this life firmly in the past, but being back here reminded him of everything he’d lost…
As my rating attests I found this addition to the series another absolutely outstanding read, the author once again gave me a massive dose of adventure and suspense with my romance and it was all balanced out perfectly. The inclusion of Tank and Echo in this one fitted well but also gave me insight into what this guy is going to be like when he has his story next, and he was also the perfect team member to get a rise out of Cowboy, and bring some emotion out in him, something that has been kept very much on the back-burner in the previous two books.
"I lost sight of home."
A few laughs were also had when the rest of the guys become involved, but for me Wes and Kia together were the best part, even with the secrets and lies I just loved them together, Kia was quirky to his staid, and the odd couple really did just fit together perfectly.
"Coming back here has been… enlightening."
I am loving this series, the author has really created a great team of guys, and I fall in love with each one of them a little more as the series develops and we get to know them on a more individual level. As I said Tank is up next, and from the little tease at the end of this book I think it’s going to be another absolutely outstanding read to sink my teeth into.
After the circumstances of how his father died led to his family losing their ranch, Wes “Cowboy” McGraw left Reddick and dedicated his life to becoming a capable SEAL. Following another successful mission, he is going back home to see his relatives during his leave and will even attend his high school reunion. Though numerous bad memories keep resurfacing, there is one good thing Cowboy fondly remembers about his Texas town, and he sure hopes to run into Kia Silverbrook while there.
Back in high school, many saw Kia as someone rather odd, and she still loves her goth look. A good hacker for years, she now even makes money doing legitimate work for clients. Kia and Cowboy make contact shortly after he arrives, and both keep picturing some of their long-time fantasies coming true. But when it is apparent someone is out to harm her, she wonders what could be the cause of the threats against her. Having her very own SEAL around just might come in handy in more ways than one.
Military themed stories are a favorite of mine, and Zoe Dawson has certainly created riveting stories for her SEAL Team Alpha series. Regardless of where problems are taking place, the situations that the team tackles are realistic incidents which could actually occur. Sometimes the predicament is personal and other times the dilemma could affect countless people, but these courageous soldiers give it their all every time. Kia finds herself mixed up in a couple of problems, and trying to solve them brings all kinds of risks into her life. She has always kept her thoughts hidden inside and became an independent woman because of her childhood. But what is currently happening to her is definitely much easier when a SEAL comes into her life. COWBOY drew me in because of the danger, while the emotional scenes had me connecting with the characters.
Though Kia and Cowboy noticed the other in high school, neither tried to get closer in any way. Surprisingly, this attraction has lasted over the years that they were separated, and being together now only increases their awareness. While they do not want to become emotionally involved with someone, the pull between them overrides any of their reasons and results in lots of steamy sex. As beliefs are confronted, they must face several challenges which could significantly test their relationship. All the teammates are featured at some point in the story, and I especially enjoyed getting an extra glimpse of Tank whose story is next. There is also a variety of animals in the book, and I smiled quite a few times because of their animated antics.
I voluntarily reviewed the book and all comments are my honest opinion
This time she gives us Cowboy’s (Wes McGraw) story.
He is back home for his 10th HS reunion. He hopes to see Kia Silverbrook.
One of the things I like best of this author’s books are her strong female characters, and Kia is definitely one of them. She is a hacker, legally and illegally.
She felt she was being followed and her suspicions are confirmed when she barely escapes a break-in at her home. She suspects it has to do with her latest investigation.
Upon his return home, Cowboy is not only drawn to Kia but ends up getting involved in the danger she is experiencing.
We end up with a book filled with bad guys, suspense, intrigue, hunky guys , a strong gal, and romance. Never a dull moment in this book. So be ready for a roller coaster ride.
I was gifted this copy. The opinions expressed are solely my own.